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Started our trek back to where we started late morning, the Don pinched a bike from the hire place before they opened to go up to the store for some breakfast supplies. A pleasant day spent on board cruising but it was a long one being eight hours on the water. We all assumed a role as the 17 locks become same same, this is not to say that we were uninterested but a hard boat to paddle with ...
... C. A large older style caravan park with all boating activities surround, think Mulwala foreshore back ten or so years. We laze around, Maddie swings, Kathy and M-L view life through the looking glass and the Don just wants to stir up the swans. So wanting them to make all our day and have a go at him, he dares one but really can not be bothered with him. Lots of fisher people around they have the longest poles , can be up to 6 - 8 metres in length and then they just sit the line ...
... about 4-5 m and their gnarled and twisted branches form an umbrella which reaches down to the ground. The trees themselves are very rare, although there are about 1000 in the Verzy forest. They are a scientific enigma and their presence in the forest was mentioned in the 6th century. The other special thing about the forest was that we heard our first cuckoo. They really do sound like the cuckoos on cuckoo clocks! Verzy is also in the middle of the grape ...
Finally here!! The beginning started out as a bit of a struggle when I first went through security and they guy said my passport wasnt valid yet.... like really bro?... all I needed to do was sign it but he scared the living daylights out of me. yeah... The flight wasn't bad but I did end up waiting in an airport a total of 12 hours, so that was pretty interesting haha. I did meet a really good group of GTL people and hung out ...
... s. Since the Reformation didn't begin until 1517 in Germany, consider this an ancestral place of worship. We drove to a large, pretty park that was also a refuge for wolves. Two very large white wolves were sleeping by the fence when we went over to take a closer look. They completely didn't care that we were there.
The German cleanliness ethic was on display as we drove down several residential streets in Merzig. FIrst, we saw a woman with her broom ...
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